Asian Business Association, part of the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), is one of the most important forums for Asian businesses in London. The forum recently elected Tony Matharu, MD of Grange Hotels as president….reports Asian Lite News
The event was attended by several prominent members of the Indian community including Gopi Hinduja, Deputy Mayor Rajesh Agrawal, Baroness Sandip Varma etc.
Asian Business Association events attract high-profile guest speakers and audiences from Asian and non-Asian businesses. It was created in 1995 by Lord Noon and Subhash Thakrar.
The new president Mr Matharu is Founder and Managing Director of Grange Hotels, London’s Leading Independent Hotel Group. His responsibilities include designing, building and managing 18 luxury 4 star and 5 star central London hotels.
Tony has founded many successful start up organizations and companies. He was awarded ‘Hotelier of the Year’ in 2013; received a ‘Special Recognition Award’s for his “Contribution to London’s Success” and a ‘Technology and Innovation Award’ in 2014. He founded and sold a successful specialist sports brand, Ayrtek®, now co-branded with Adidas. Tony has two more landmark hotel properties under construction and has new hospitality focussed products and services in the pipeline.
The ABA provides networking opportunities and business support services. The ABA specialises in the needs of Asian businesses and helps create the best economic conditions in which businesses can flourish, locally, nationally and globally. It is the premier voice for Asian businesses in London. Photos – Damian Wlaker and LCCI
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